School of Paramedicine

Tri-Rivers / MGH School of Paramedicine

Paramedic Program
ODPS Accreditation #329
900 plus Hours
( 500 Classroom / 400 Minimum Competency -Based Clinicals)
Day Class:
M, W, F, 8:00 am – 3:00 pm
Paramedic Prep Class Begins on June 5, 2017
Prep Class is a mandatory class to enter Paramedic Class.
Paramedic Class will begin Wednesday, August 2, 2017 on M, W, F, 8am-3pm
Financial Aid Available for qualified students!

Is Tri-Rivers Adult Education For Me?

Admission Criteria / Process

No individual will be excluded due to race, color, creed, national origin, gender, religion, marital status or disability.

1. Complete the Paramedic Preparation Course which includes; Medic TRCC Comtech, Learning Strategies, Anatomy & Physiology, Medical Terminology, Math for Meds Intro, EMT Knowledge Written Assessment, EMT Skills Review and Assessment.

2. Application Procedure: A signed and completed application, $95 application fee, official high school transcript or GED, and evidence of current EMT-Basic or Intermediate level certification is required.

Enroll Now! For information call Emeline Kelly, Director of Public Safety Services or Suzy Wall, Administrative Assistant for Public Safety Services—740-389-4682 x5500

Fees & Tuition

Application Fee (non-refundable – due when application is returned to
Tri-Rivers) $95
Admission/Lab Fee (non-refundable – due upon acceptance into the program) $400
Paramedic Prep Course – $750 (payment plan options are available)
Tuition – due prior to the first day of each quarter $1,575 per quarter x 4 quarters $6,300 (Financial Aid is available for qualified students).
Total due the school $ 7,545

*Costs subject to change

The Rehabilitation Act of 1973 prohibits all programs and activities receiving federal funding from discriminating against any otherwise qualified handicapped individuals. Individuals must be able to meet all the program’s requirements, despite any disabilities. In order to be in compliance with the American Disabilities Act, the following is a list of essential functions for prospective students who wish to pursue their education in paramedicine: Students need to be aware that this profession requires physical abilities adequate to safely and accurately carry out duties such as: manual dexterity required for preparing and administering medications, physical ability to transfer patients, ability to read medication labels and patient records, hear blood pressure, heart, and breath sounds through a stethoscope (specific types are available), speak English clearly enough for most patients to understand, write the English language and understand the verbal communication of English speaking clients

Paramedicine Gainful Employment Disclosure